The Republic of Singapore is referred to as Singapore for short, formerly known as Singapore Jiapo, Xingzhou or Xingdao, also known as lion city. It is an island country in Southeast Asia. Its political system is a parliamentary republic. As a capitalist developed country, Singapore is known as one of the “four little dragons of Asia”. At the same time, with its geographical advantages, Singapore has become one of the important financial, service and shipping centers in Asia. Singapore is a member of the association of Southeast Asian Nations and one of the member economies of the world trade organization, the Commonwealth and the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).
UNnotary has an office in Singapore to provide notarization, Apostille and consular Authentication services to customers all over the world.
▶What are the notarized documents in Singapore
no crime certificate, academic degree, transcript, marriage \ single \ unmarried \ divorce certificate, same person certificate, kinship certificate, professional qualification certificate, statement, power of attorney, driver’s license, real estate, medical certificate, death certificate, will, inheritance certificate, tax certificate, work certificate, passport certificate, judgment and other documents.
registration certificate; Legal personality; agreement; contract; Authentication of power of attorney; Declaration; certificate; Letter of appointment; Trademark certificate; Asset certificate; Credit certificate; Director information; Shareholder information; Articles of Association; minutes of the meeting; The document of renaming the company; Invoice; Certificate of origin; Customs declaration form; Product certificate; Product introduction and other company documents;
▶How long does Singapore notarization take
It usually takes only 1-5 working days for us to handle notarization in Singapore.
▶What information does Singapore notary need to provide
We need to provide the following information for Singapore notarization:
1. Notarized documents
2. Personal passport
3. Signature of notarial power of attorney (we provide document template)
4.Other documents (template provided by us)
▶How to handle the Hague certification in Singapore
The Hague Commission on private international law is an intergovernmental international organization. Its purpose is to solve the legal conflicts among countries through the formulation of conventions, so as to achieve the purpose of gradually unifying private international law.
Hague certification, apostille in English. The Hague certification is based on the Hague Agreement. As the name suggests, as long as the document is certified by the Hague, it will be recognized by the countries that signed the Hague Agreement.
The time for us to handle the notarization of the Hague in Singapore is 3-10 working days.
▶How to handle Singapore consular certification
If Singapore documents are used in China, usually the Chinese examination and approval authority will require Singapore consular certification before they can be accepted.
The Chinese Embassy and consulate in Singapore handle consular certification, which refers to the confirmation of Singapore notarization, the seal and signature of Singapore government departments on the documents applying for consular certification.
1. The document is true and legal, and there is no content that obviously violates Chinese laws or may damage China’s national and social public interests;
2.if the document for certification is more than two pages, it shall be bound into a volume and sealed with fire paint, cross seal or steel seal to ensure the integrity of the document.
The time for us to handle the certification of Chinese Consul in Singapore is 3-10 working days (if you need to handle the certification of embassies of other countries, you can also consult us)
UNnotary is a foreign-related service platform engaged in overseas notarization, certification and visa.
At present, overseas notarization, Hague certification, consular certification and other services have been opened in China, Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, BVI / Cayman and other British offshore islands, France, Spain, Russia, Japan, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, South Africa, the Netherlands, India, Vietnam and other dozens of countries.